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Preventing Corrosion in Port Storage with Fabric

Corrosion is a costly problem. As a metal building corrodes, it weakens the structural integrity of the building – drastically reducing the lifespan of the structure, introducing leaks and causing expensive maintenance.

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Why Choose Fabric Structures for Inland Ports?

Inland waterways are the most cost-effective, environmentally friendly and efficient way to move goods across the country. Inland marine port authorities are faced with the challenging task of providing a safe, dry and economical way to store and load everything transported via barge.

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3 Reasons to Invite Legacy to Your Next Port Project

Waterways are among the safest, most cost-effective and greenest ways to transport goods. Many items, including bulk material, break bulk items that are loaded individually, and containerized shipments, are shipped either overseas or via inland waterways. Typically, at some point the goods are...

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Fabric Storage Building at Portland Yacht Services Shines New Light on Portland’s Historic Waterfront

Portland Yacht Services has opened a new facility for boat storage and maintenance at its new location on the western end of the waterfront in Portland, Maine. The new tension fabric building was custom designed and constructed by Legacy Building Solutions.

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